Stories about Woodland High School sports
A look ahead at this weekend's matchups across The Times area
A roundup of high schools sports scores, statistics and more, today including tournaments on both the volleyball court and the soccer pitch.
The Warriors (18-8) never held a giant lead in either set, their largest advantage the entire night five points — 20-15 in the opening set and 24-19 in the second. They seemed, however, to be in control the entire match.
The world of eSports offers competitive play, a chance for students to represent their communities, guidance for online interactions, motivation to remain academically and behaviorally eligible and — perhaps most importantly to Woodland’s volunteer coaches/sponsors, Tony Brown and Pat DuMais — a unique opportunity for students to experience being part of a team and all the positives that come with that.
The host Woodland Warriors claimed the first semifinal, and the Seneca Fighting Irish won the night's closing match over Marquette.
More from the sideline in Week 7 from across The Times coverage area
Flanagan-Cornell/Woodland (5-2) runs for 466 yards in 58-24 win over Hiawatha at the Wood Shed. Hiawatha, which fell to 3-4 on the season, finished with 255 yards from scrimmage but was held to just 96 yards rushing on 20 carries.
A roundup of high schools sports scores, statistics and more